My principal research interest concerns quantum fluids at very low temperatures. I gained my doctorate from the Lancaster Ultra Low Temperature Physics Group where I investigated quantum turbulence in superfluid 3He-B.
After receiving my doctorate, I spent one year working at the Institut Néel CNRS in Grenoble studying the magnetic properties of new molecular magnets, heavy fermions and spin ice. I became particularly interested in magnetic avalanches in the spin ice, dysprosium titanate.
I returned to the field of quantum fluids when I joined the superfluid research group in Prague. We are currently using various oscillating structures to study quantum turbulence in superfluid 4He in the zero temperature limit.